Who's top of the class and who needs to pull their socks up?
What the First Lady does with her face is none of your business, Anna Bracewell-Worrall writes.
True diversity means a rainbow heart must wear the Silver Fern, says Patrick Gower.
Their efforts failed, their aims were negligible - why are we stirred by the story of Gallipoli 100 years on, asks Matt Hayes.
Mason Lino is good, but 'Magic' Johnson is still the man, insists Grant Chapman.
With great publicity comes great criticism - as Gayford is well aware, writes Maggie Wicks.
An extraordinary level of exaggeration and vitriol has been directed at the Coalition, writes Mitch Harris.
There is no room in Tova O'Brien's world for people who think gay people are going to hell.
He is leaving at the end of the season, so why not let him play, writes Ross Karl.
Truck drivers, taxi drivers and couriers take huge risks every day - with no concern for who they might hurt, writes Roman Travers.
Xenophobic election campaigns lead to legislation with stupid, unintended consequences that do real harm, writes Eric Crampton.
Vaping is the solution for people who are addicted. Let's get rid of the silly laws around it, Patrick Gower writes.
Brad Weber's stand against anti-gay comments is gold for the game, says Andrew Gourdie.
Will this fixture really help the international game, wonders Ben Francis.
New Zealand needs to take a stronger stand against the Assad regime, writes Tova O'Brien.
More entertaining and 'real' than reality TV, claims Grant Chapman.
Many people have no idea how much they've been paying in fees each year, writes David Boyle.
Telling 'horis' to learn English properly and calling Māori 'greedy' definitely proves racism exists, writes Leonie Hayden.
"It was never our intention to attribute the price increase solely to the increase for minimum wage earners."
Psychologists say it's reached crisis level - and men need to fix it, writes Jesse Mulligan.
Instead of getting angry at Taika, listen to what he's trying to say, writes Kanoa Lloyd.
It isn't fair is how we have judged one of our own, writes Aziz Al Sa'afin
She is a weightlifter, a woman and a champion for a better society, writes Patrick Gower.
Young people worship sport stars, so Australian Rugby shouldn't stand for Folau's homophobia, writes Dan Lake.
The people we love could be gone in the blink of an eye, writes Mark Sainsbury.
Pregnant women endure a barrage of advice, but much of the evidence doesn't hold up, writes Maggie Wicks.
Forget medals, the real competition on the Gold Coast is for relevance, writes Ross Karl.
Mitch Harris worries that the boxing sharks will eat Joseph Parker alive.
They're not the Olympics, but they are still "Friendly Games", says Mike McRoberts.
You can forget Tyson Fury, he gains nothing from fighting Parker, writes Brad Lewis.